Cooperman.org is looking for the Ciebleman extended family. Here's what
- The family eventually ended up in Canada with the last name Ciebleman
- There is some debate as to whether the name was originally
Tsiebleman, or Zilberman/Zelberman in Russia
- They were from Bershad, Ukraine
- The patriarch of the family was called name was Leizer/Eliezer
- His father's name was Yehuda Leib, and his mother's last name may
have been "Lazarus"
- Leizer married a woman named Ann/Enya Ruchel
- Leizer and Ann migrated to London, England around the 1880's
- They had most of their kids there. They may have had as many as 11
- The ones we know of are: Jacob, Elizabeth, Joseph, Nathan, Pat, and
- One brother may have been burned in a fire (with a baking oven) in
- One brother may have died and been buried at sea on the way to
Toronto, Canada - the family emigrated to Canada around the beginning
of the 1900's
- There are references to Leizer having a brother or a nephew named
Nachman or Nathan. This man may have been a very large man and a
baker. He would have also lived in England, migrated to New York City.
He may have lived at #126 Essex Street in NYC in 1909. He eventually
may have lived in Chicago, Illinois in the mid-1950's.